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CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) -

We are just one day away from elections right here in the Lowcountry.

On Tuesday, residents will have a chance to cast their vote in several races throughout the Tri-County area.

Several cities and towns will have mayoral and council elections. They include Awendaw, the Isle of Palms, Lincolnville, Mount Pleasant and McClellanville.

City of Charleston voters will cast their ballots for city council.

Out in Ravenel, Summerville, and Moncks Corner, voters will head to the polls to vote for open seats on town council.

In Dorchester County, voters will also have a special tax referendum on the ballot. This would lower property taxes, but increase sales tax by one percent.

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